PAY & BENEFITS - ALL ARTICLES
Why so many federal pay and benefits ideas never become reality. Plus, pay parity and TSP expenses.
The House on Wednesday approved a $2 trillion federal budget resolution that calls for a 4.6 percent federal pay raise in 2002.
Federal employees will have two new Thrift Savings Plan investment options, under rule changes published in the Federal Register Monday.
The House Budget Committee has approved an amendment that would ensure federal military and civilian personnel receive the same average pay increase next year.
New employees have to wait for up to a year to begin receiving matching contributions on their TSP investments—at least for now.